Tag Archive: creative commons

Attending ALT-C 2016 on a librarianly day!

Colleagues from Warwick’s Library team, Tracy Dix and Kate Courage, attended the ALT conference for the first time this year. Here are their reflections. “The day started with Jane Secker’s keynote on copyright and elearning, a topic she’s been presenting at conferences on since 2011. By asking what terrorism has got to do with learning […] View Article


Open for business

Taken in the 1960’s, this picture shows my dad, Clifford Whitney, talking about products he used in our family hairdressing business Villa Hair Fashions in the Midlands. He was chosen to be the face of L’Oréal’s latest salon professional product line. My parents had little formal education. With financial support from an auntie they were […] View Article

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Webinar Recording : Creative Commons for Dummies

Creative Commons (CC) licences are a simple way of retaining copyright whilst allowing others to reuse your work. The range of licences lets you define how others can reuse your material. This session will demonstrate how simple it is to use CC licences and what they mean in practice. We will also introduce the UK […] View Article

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